MSR & Clients in the News

By Gabrielle Kassel | August 27, 2019 More than half of all women have used a vibrator for sexual pleasure, according to one study—suggesting that these buzzy bedroom devices are becoming a lot more mainstream. Yet some people still hold on to the idea that vibrators are for just masturbation, used only when an actual partner isn’t available. It’s time to bust that misguided sex myth…. View Article
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — MSR Communications, an independent digital/social marketing and public relations firm in San Francisco today announced it has received the Silver Vision Award from the League of American Communication Professionals (LACP) in the Media category for its Trend Report: How Readership, Timing and Social Shares Affect SEO and Earned Media Value. Applying predictive analytics to… View Article
By Andrew Hutchinson | Aug. 18, 2019 The way we communicate has changed significantly in the last two decades, so the way that marketers and PR professionals connect has, logically, also had to evolve in step, aligning with consumption trends. Back in 1999, SMS messaging had just become the norm, and social media wasn’t even a… View Article
By Giorgio Casaburi | August 19, 2019 The World Health Organization (WHO) calls antibiotic resistance “one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today,” and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls it “one of the biggest public health challenges of our time.” It’s estimated that it costs the US healthcare system alone an estimated… View Article
DAVIS, Calif., Aug. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Evolve BioSystems, Inc. today announced findings from a new study that identified healthy, breastfed U.S. infants have alarmingly high levels of antibiotic resistance genes early in life — and how feeding babies a specific strain of Bifidobacterium — B. infantis EVC001 — along with breast milk, lowered the total levels of antibiotic resistance genes in the… View Article
Kelly Sheridan | August 13, 2019 Could extraversion make you more vulnerable to social engineering attacks? It’s a possibility, as seen in research investigating links between personality traits and vulnerability to cybercrime. The study, compiled by ESET and the Myers-Briggs company, drills down into the “human factor” responsible for many security breaches. Verizon’s DBIR found 20%… View Article
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) AUGUST 12, 2019 MSR Communications, an independent public relations and social marketing firm that offers award-winning communications management services to technology, B2B and consumer lifestyle companies, is today celebrating its 20 years in business. MSR Communications first opened its doors in 1999 and quickly emerged as a valued partner with a unique creative… View Article
By Gabrielle Kassel | August 02, 2019 What do bicycling and getting off have in common? Well, they can both be done with no hands. Yepp, thanks to vibrating underwear, it’s possible to have a hands-free vibe experience—which can add some serious sexcitment to many scenarios. Ready to go for a ride? To read the full article visit